Category: COVID-19

Lack of Access to COVID-19 Treatments Plagues Black Patients

With the celebrations of the holidays behind us – and as we enter the coldest months of the year — Medical experts are warning of a winter surge of COVID-19 cases. They expect the spike in infections to be accompanied by waves of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the common flu. Access to care and treatment are crucial in the battle to minimize the damage this triple threat could cause, they say.

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The City of Inglewood and the California Department of Public Health Hosted a Fall Family Health Fest

On Saturday, September 24, 2022, Councilwoman Dionne Faulk of Inglewood District 4, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Vaccinate ALL 58 campaign and KJLH-FM 102.3, presented the Fall Family Health Fest. The event took place at the center of Inglewood, across from Inglewood High School at Grevillea Park. The festival brought family fun, COVID-19 vaccines, and updated boosters for those 12 years and older as well as vaccines for children 6 months and older, along with health screenings, a kids’ zone, face paintings, music, dance and more to the community.

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